So after much deliberation and watching last weekend’s NASCAR races I have come to a stunning conclusion: the sport needs more road-course events.
Short of pit stops cycling through, the lead was not a position Kurt Busch relinquished for long Sunday at Sonoma.
Kurt Busch was dialing “V” for victory as he took the Toyota/Save Mart 350 victory in dominating fashion at Infineon Raceway Sunday afternoon.
Here is a look at some of the drivers that could be affected by the recent NASCAR silly season recent rumors.
One thing still remains: NASCAR fans are still some of the most loyal, passionate, fun-loving fans in all of sports.
Was Denny Hamlin’s first win of the season at Michigan enough to vault him into the top spot in the Power Rankings?
Reports have Red Bull pulling out of NASCAR at the end of 2011. With the demise of yet another smaller team, does NASCAR need to worry?
Jay Frye has spent over a dozen years as the benchmark of NASCAR’s middle class.
Denny Hamlin emerged first from the pits on the final caution and held off a determined Matt Kenseth for the final five laps at Michigan.
With yet another chassis adjustment scheduled for the season after next, Edwards made a plea for some changes on NASCAR’s part relating to downforce.
Michigan is almost always a fuel-mileage game, so it’s no surprise that mileage was an issue during the race.
The big controversy of the afternoon at Michigan was between Hendrick Motorsports teammates Martin and Earnhardt following a late-race incident.